tearsheet


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tearsheet

(ˈtɛəˌʃiːt)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a page in a newspaper or periodical that is cut or perforated so that it can be easily torn out
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Recuerdo una escena del Enrique IV, conmovedora, risible y triste: Doll Tearsheet y sir John Falstaff, amantes, se hacen arrumacos mientras Poins y el principe Enrique los espian.
n In Henry IV, Part 2, the prostitute Doll Tearsheet being left out entirely with the slightly more reputable Mistress Quickly being kept in; n In Romeo and Juliet, the line: "Tis true, and therefore women being the weaker vessel are ever thrust to the wall" being excised.
Emphasizing Shakespeare's familiarity with Gray's Inn, inferring connections to possible members of the extended Shakespeare family, and culling potentially relevant court records involving prostitutes, Salkeld argues that Shakespeare would have been at least familiar enough with local sex workers to have drawn upon the details when creating characters like Mistress Quickly and Doll Tearsheet and in writing plays such as MeasurejbrMeasure or The Comedy of Errors.
While the rebels continue in their plots for revolution, Falstaff sets out to recruit soldiers to the cause, leaving his mistress, Doll Tearsheet, in the process.
Mistress Quickly and Doll Tearsheet strutted in low-cut yellow and red pastel dresses and huge hair, while Pistol, Bardolph, and later Hal and Poins wore parti-colored vests of red, yellow, and orange patches that visually symbolized the tavern's vitality.
The fat, drunken, lecherous knight, who was introduced in Henry Part One, is with us still, cavorting with the twin sirens Mistress Quickly and Doll Tearsheet, played here to a rowdy comic turn by Kimberly Scott and Nell Geisslinger.
Other fascinating doubling included Ben Gonio as both the fiery, loquacious Hotspur and the barely audible Justice Silence; and Alycia Delmore as Lady Percy, a rebel's wife, and then Doll Tearsheet, whore to the fat thief/rebel Falstaff.
I had referral tearsheet pads made up, and I visited my referring doctors that day and all through October.
A tearsheet recipe for Tiny Bites Jungle Salad will be included on the display.
Edalji wrote about his innocence in The Umpire and mailed a tearsheet to Arthur Conan Doyle.
The mountain went into labor, as Horace's famous line has it, and gave forth not a mouse but Marcus' ant without pull wrapped in a tattered tearsheet from the latest in a series of Franzen-brand polemics.